Delhi food culture is getting pretty exciting. International food show Eat Street inspired, a new food truck has opened up in Gurgaon serving a small but fusion menu.
Their basic concept revolves around serving offbeat and contemporary sauces with the usual dishes like fries, rice, noodles and so on where they combine the Indian with the English and give you a Hinglish cuisine, more or less.
The Food Truck is tiny, churning out fusion dishes. The menu is creative and the owners have customised every dish to make sure it’s innovative and different. They have good standards of hygiene and cleanliness.
•Uncle Chicken sandwich was a wicked sandwich with meaty flavours and good textures. Full of fresh ingredients and a delicious chicken patty.Thumbs up there.
•Vegetarian rueben sandwich tasted good considering it was all veg. It had a hearty vegan party with different sauces.
•Fries with orange & ginger sauce were nice. I liked the tang and spice of the sauce.
• Mexican salad and Caesar Salad tasted good but I found them to be too too saucy, maybe focus more on seasoning than saucing.
• Butter chicken tacos- excellent concept on the fusion front could use better flavours on the butter gravy. It’s a star dish but it can be improved.
Verdict: Something Saucy is a cute spot to have a bite or two in the day when one doesn’t want the hassle of a dine in. The menu is ambitious that deserves a visit at the least. The staff is humble and service is good. It’s a food truck and hey, that’s something relatively new to visit in Gurgaon.
Cost/ person : Rs 300
Will I visit again? Yes.